Company of Heroes 3 continues a long tradition of real-time strategy World War II games going back almost 20 years. This newest installment adds a detailed campaign map, new abilities and units, and a new RTS platform that is primed for even more expansions and DLCs.
Destruction has always been an integral part of the Company of Heroes franchise. Find out how the development team at Relic Games is pushing destruction even further in Company of Heroes 3. Publishers: SEGA Developers: Relic Platforms: PC, Steam
The Age of Empires franchise is one of the classics of realtime strategy titles. But it kind of went astray with its last incarnation. Now it comes roaring back with Age of Empires IV, a game that is both classically good and refreshingly new at the same time.
The ESL Announces Company of Heroes 2 Open Tournaments
In addition to the news that Koch Media’s Deep Silver will be getting Saint’s Row, Metro and the Volition Studio from Bankrupt THQ, other publishers have snapped up properties and IP. Take-Two will buy the Evolve IP, outbidding the developers. German developer Crytek plans to buy the Homefront IP, as it was already signed to create the sequel. Probably the biggest news beyond Deep Silver getting Saints Row is that Relic Entertainment, developer of Company of Heroes and other strategy games, will now be a part of Sega. Reports are that Sega paid over $26 million for Relic in a … Continue reading More THQ Assets Distributed, Sega Acquires Relic Entertainment →
Relic Entertainment takes you to the forgotten theatre of World War II in the debut trailer for the award winning Company of Heroes 2. http://www.youtube.com/watch/?v=B5j0cBqhm3A Publishers: THQ Developers: Relic Platforms: PC
Instead of focusing on huge armies, the new standalone expansion pack Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor focuses on single units and small groups of heroes from both sides of WWII.
Dawn of War: Dark Crusade takes the Warhammer 40,000 universe to new extremes with two new playable races and a seven army war for control of a planet.
Company of Heroes takes a lot of elements from different genres and turns them into one of the best real-time strategy titles ever created.
It’s not easy to break the mold, especially in the real-time strategy and shooter genre. You can improve the graphics and sound, but at the core we have not seen anything too new for a number of years. Impossible Creatures does bring new and exciting elements to the table, much to the joy of tired tank-rushing RTS gamers. The two interesting elements are that you can combine real-world creatures in a primitive lab to create just the right behemoths of destruction, and the fact that you have to use real-world creatures and their abilities to do it without the aid … Continue reading Impossible Fun →